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    Ordering soon...

    I finally have the funds to purchase a set of forks. Had considered getting them form the JD dealer, as the price was much less and no shipping cost, but the versatility of these won me over.

    I may next year be getting the grapple attachment for it, but just the forks for now.

    Stand by for pictures after I get them in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ghostrider304 View Post
    I finally have the funds to purchase a set of forks. Had considered getting them form the JD dealer, as the price was much less and no shipping cost, but the versatility of these won me over.

    I may next year be getting the grapple attachment for it, but just the forks for now.

    Stand by for pictures after I get them in.

    Thanks,
    Will-
    Hi Will,

    Thanks on your difficult decision. If it helps, your investment goes directly into the quality of the materials of the product and very little else. We try to keep as much of your money in America as possible, and I expect every set of forks that leaves our dock to give many years of safe and dependable life. And with regard to the cost of shipping, most orders end up getting reduced from what the website generates, some by a little and some by a lot. Because of our northeast location, we find it best to treat each shipment individually to ensure the lowest shipping cost for all.

    Anyway, thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by coaltrain View Post
    You won't be sorry once you see the workmanship in person.
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    Ghostrider304; I believe u find them to ur liking. I too bought jd first, didn't even know about this site(GTT) or even Artillian, I think this summer or early next spring I am going to put my up for sale, and then go for Artillian's set, and then build off of that. good luck and have fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Jim 55 View Post
    Ghostrider304; I believe u find them to ur liking. I too bought jd first, didn't even know about this site(GTT) or even Artillian, I think this summer or early next spring I am going to put my up for sale, and then go for Artillian's set, and then build off of that. good luck and have fun.
    Thanks Jim! In the meantime, at least you have a good quality set there that will hold their value.

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    What fork length did you decide to purchase Will? I got 36" and kinda felt I should have gotten the 42's afterward.
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    Ordering soon...

    I think I will go with the 36". Not doing much pallet work, mostly brush and logs.

    With a 1 series, can't lift too much weight anyway, so no need to have super long forks that I can't use.

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    I have 42's for my 2210 and it works perfect. They are not too heavy for the machine. The extra length comes in handy for EVERYTHING, so I would reconsider. You will find your self doing a lot of pallet work because it makes life easy. Anything that's heavy that ends up in the bed of your truck (assuming you have one) usually results in you wanting to use the forks to unload.

    I have had my artillian forks for less than a year and I have used them countless times already. I now try and configure bulky stuff that I need to move around or unload for my forks. It just makes life easier as unloading by hand anymore is a real PITA since my truck bed sits up high off the ground. Anyways good luck with your purchase.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ghostrider304 View Post
    I finally have the funds to purchase a set of forks. Had considered getting them form the JD dealer, as the price was much less and no shipping cost, but the versatility of these won me over.

    I may next year be getting the grapple attachment for it, but just the forks for now.

    Stand by for pictures after I get them in.

    Thanks,
    Will-
    Congratulations. Mine are on the way as well.

    Once the play fund recovers, I will be adding the grapple.

    I went with the 42" forks for moving stuff. I'll let the grapple bed do the digging work.
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